Location: Trinidad & Tobago
What kind of websites were you planning to build?
I wanted to improve on our company's website and to make it easier to keep it updated. It is intended to be a web information source for our group of companies and a large project we are developing.
How did you hear about Sandvox?
I found out via CNET Tech Tracker and followed the link to the website. Then I registered for the newsletter and received it for about one year before the time came to update our website.
What made you decide to get Sandvox?
I decided to try out the demo software. It appeared to be new and fresh and the write up was appealing. I could see "Mac" in it and this was a great plus. We had also started using A2 as our mail host and A2 recommended Sandvox.
Now that you have Sandvox, what do you like about it?
Of course, I like the ease of use. I am not a website developer, but someone that is very particular about the away my site must look and work, and the message it must give. There are a couple of features I would like to see in future versions e.g. ability to import a table and to link to a point on a page and not to the full page.
What would be a good way to search for a program like Sandvox?
“Generally, I followed the tips received and played around with various options. Most of our company information is created in iWork Pages and it was relatively easy to import this. I wanted several logs to appear in the banner so I created a jpg file with sufficient room above the logos to neatly...”
“I could not dedicate much time to the site development in the earlier part of the project. So, although I was dabbling with Sandvox, we hired no less than three persons over one year to rebuild our site. They all insisted on using their Windows based tools. Not one of them completed the task and...”